Posts Tagged: Mohammed Asharf

Marcus Fjellström ~ Lichtspiel Mutation 2: Alechsis

Between the fury of the opening “Storm” and the raucous of “Finale” exists a highly nuanced and enthralling miniature epic. In a manner true of all Fjellström’s releases so far, the music casts a devilish, unsettling spell on its listeners

Marcus Fjellström ~ Lichtspiel Mutation 2: Alechsis

Between the fury of the opening “Storm” and the raucous of “Finale” exists a highly nuanced and enthralling miniature epic. In a manner true of all Fjellström’s releases so far, the music casts a devilish, unsettling spell on its listeners

Wolfgang Voigt, Paul Jebanasam & Dalhous at The Church of St John at Hackney

Out of the numerous concert venues I have been to in London since I moved here a little over a year and a half ago The Church of St John at Hackney has pretty quickly established itself as my favourite

Wolfgang Voigt, Paul Jebanasam & Dalhous at The Church of St John at Hackney

Out of the numerous concert venues I have been to in London since I moved here a little over a year and a half ago The Church of St John at Hackney has pretty quickly established itself as my favourite

Marta Mist ~ Industries

“These are the first steps of an evolution of an existing sound, Post-Stars of the Lid, perhaps?” On that note I ended my review of Marta Mist’s debut Distance/Skeletal/Union, a single which instantly found its way to my heart via

Marta Mist ~ Industries

“These are the first steps of an evolution of an existing sound, Post-Stars of the Lid, perhaps?” On that note I ended my review of Marta Mist’s debut Distance/Skeletal/Union, a single which instantly found its way to my heart via